The melding together of some of your favourite chocolate bars could yield a taste sensation or, as in Lee Hardcastle’s #CursingCandy, an unrepeatable stream of sweet sweet swearwords.
In experimental art and fashion film The Rapid Eye directing duo FLORIS+MENNO embraced their need to experiment with fragmented narrative, practical effects and aesthetics, to create a stunning film which evokes emotions on a subconscious level. We asked Menno to take us through the journey.
Ahead of us joining the irresistible pull of festive films and best of list that dominate this last slice of the year, in November we: witnessed the resurrection of nine dead Kings, stripped away the trappings of brutal tradition, headed into the night with London Grammar, wiped the bloody slate clean, felt an astronaut’s sense of longing, revisited our formative years, experienced life after death, saw a father and son struggle to stay afloat, broke away from the daily grind, and fought the pull of the storyteller’s tale.
A robot and an artist discuss the big questions of the human condition in Isabela Dos Santos’ existential animated storybook poem I Met a Robot at a Ballet Once.
Tuixén Benet corrals a synchronised trio of ballerinas through a fantastically choreographed routine into a light enclosure for Les filles Föllen’s Caballo Negro. Here’s hoping their moves make their way to a dancefloor near you soon.
André Chocron and London Grammar join forces for a mightily impressive video to accompany the group’s soulful cover of Kavinsky’s Nightcall.
A mere week and we’re back once again praising the work of Nexus director Johnny Kelly. This time it’s because he’s put a massive smile on our faces with Happiness is Movement; an ad spot for Coca-Cola which looks back at the joyous life of a new father, all realised using real automaton puppets to […]
In Swedish director Niclas Larsson’s debut short Vatten, a lonely girl discovers a mysterious unconditional love during a late night swim. Niclas joins us to discuss getting his feet wet with underwater filming and his use of ‘silent takes’ to expunge unnecessary dialogue during the edit.
Rik Mayall voices Louis Hudson’s joyously animated celebration of leaving it all behind for the final embrace of the Grim Reaper in the short Don’t Fear Death.
Bryan Schlam take us inside the mental ring of boxer Stray and the mindset which enables him to keep getting up when the punches begin to fly, in short documentary S O U T H P A W